United were back into league action again after the recent poor weather and found stubborn resistance from a workmanlike Cannock team. During the game United created the greater amount of scoring opportunities and on this occasion they can count themselves a little unlucky not to have claimed the three points. Louie Parish, Tom Wheeldon and Sam Foreman all had efforts on goal, Sam a little unlucky to be flagged offside,  Jack in the Wyrley goal was little troubled during the first half. The second half was equally as competitive, United again creating the clearer openings, Wheeldon was unlucky to drag an effort just wide of the far post. The Wyrley defence coped well throughout the game and the reliable Tom Rowlands was nominated United’s man of the match, with only three minutes to go Zak Hallett found space in the box and calmly hit an accurate shot inside the post to put United 1 up. United may have thought they’d done enough to claim the points but Cannock’s dead ball specialist had other ideas, he crafted an extraordinary corner which swerved with venom and looked like it was going to hit the back of the net until Jack pushed it onto the crossbar, the Cannock forward to his credit reacted first to head home the rebound and give his Cannock team a share of the points.

 Well Done Boys you competed well throughout this game and created quite a few chances, let’s hope it builds some momentum for Sundays game.

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